Nepal falls under the latest developed country in the world. Except some few cities of Nepal, most of the areas lack basic infrastructure. Nepalese government can’t allocate sufficient budget for the rural area’s development because it lacks fund. These areas need support of foreigner’s donation and non government organization’s help for the establishment of basic infrastructure. Volunteers Initiative Nepal (VIN), being a nonprofit organization offer various volunteer projects such as youth empowerment, women empowerment, teaching, and children development for the welfare of marginalized community. Our each volunteer project is design for the development of particular disadvantaged area of rural community. While working in our project, volunteer feels giving something useful to backward society at one hand and other hand, learns local culture and tradition. We feel proud to offer qualitative projects to our volunteer. We are not claiming it baselessly. From our returned volunteer we came to know that our volunteer projects are really the need of our marginalized community. Apart from that, we are able to build good relationship with international volunteer organization like CCIVS, NVDA, and EU Alliance just because of our work in disadvantaged community. WE are most reliable volunteer organization of Nepal and mobilize hundreds of volunteers annually for the benefit of rural society.
Available Volunteering Projects
In this day and age of an increasingly global, interdependent world, knowledge of additional languages is always a benefit to a person’s career and personal life, and this is especially so for a language as prevalent as English. All members of Nepali society are bettered in their educational and professional endeavors by a proficiency in English, as it opens doors to being able to apply for jobs via the Internet, and such skills are additionally looked upon with great favor by local employers.View Details
Working towards women’s empowerment enables you to support women in their pursuit of healthy and sustainable livelihoods. Women’s groups provide a forum for issues such as family health, women’s rights, access to resources, income generation, and other challenges faced by Nepali women in their daily lives.View Details